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    Thanks guys!

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    No, it's not an issue of taste... it feels unbalanced... ? Idk ... I see things funny... maybe it's just that it's so much lighter than the mappy part? idk
    If that's the "light aspect", well I didn't want to go with something that could be distracting since the map isn't that big. On small sizes, that could overwhelm the map.

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    Great stuff. I don't usually find house maps as interesting as regional or city maps, but this one I really like The border fits nicely imo, doesn't distract, just gives a subtle framing and focus.

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    Thank you Lingon, glad you like it

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    Very nice! You're a talented cartoonist. I love your bags, very easy to recognize (and probably because I wouldn't have known how to draw this ).

    Colors are excellent and well balanced, as always. I think the border is here to give the feeling that the map is part of a book, right?
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    Thanks much Ilanthar
    Quote Originally Posted by Ilanthar View Post
    Colors are excellent and well balanced, as always. I think the border is here to give the feeling that the map is part of a book, right?
    Kind of, the RPG book has some paper texture with faded frames similar to this.

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    oh that explains it... i think i was trying to look at the paper/parchment/border as part of a book, and I was looking at the map as like ... a game *board*..


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    Really, when you see this map, you're thinking "gameboard"?

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    Excellent map Max.

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    Yes. Sort of. (words mean what I want them to mean!)


    I picture laying it out on the table and moving things around in it... is that wrong? D:

    I can almost see it with slight ridges where the walls and objects are so that my toy-people have to move around them.

    Everything *outside* the building, I see in a book form ...

    Ya'll have no idea how weird I see things...
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    Thanks Bogie, glad you like it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jalyha View Post
    I picture laying it out on the table and moving things around in it... is that wrong? D:

    I can almost see it with slight ridges where the walls and objects are so that my toy-people have to move around them.

    Everything *outside* the building, I see in a book form ...

    Ya'll have no idea how weird I see things...
    I'm starting to see that Anyway the brewery is one of element of the central plot in the book's setting.

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